El Bandarra is a nostalgic tribute to the golden age of this classic drink. Back in the 50s, Spanish bar tenders used to paint the names of their tapas on the windows of their bars. They would use different coloured letters painted by hand to catch the attention of passers-by and tempt them into the bar.
Color: Dark mahogany in colour with flashes of orange, clean and gliceric.
Nose: The dominant aroma is liquorice with hints of citrus fruit and clove.
Palate: On the tongue, it’s deliciously smooth with a fine balance bettween sweetness and bitterness. It has an light agreeable aftertaste which lingers in the mouth.